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Definitely something that has to be taken with a grain of salt, and possibly watched more than once, to be appreciated. How could people not love this. I say It was One of the funniest movie's out their.
Sometime in earlya mustachioed Kazakh journalist known as Borat Sagdiyev slipped into America with the intention of making a documentary for the alleged good of his Central Asian nation. The Minutemen, those self-anointed guardians of American sovereignty, were watching the wrong border. Bush to the premiere of his film before a gaggle of excited news crews, is the dim brainchild of Sacha Baron Cohen, the British comic best known until now for another of his pseudonymous identities, Ali G. No tracks.
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But there is one sequence in this London-set Russian Mafia drama that is utterly unforgettable. The unforgettable part? That for nearly all of this by-no-means-short rumble Mortensen is clad in nothing but tattoos.
There's a malicious rumor going around that anyone over 35 won't find "Borat" funny. Then how do you explain all those rave reviews from old farts like, well, me? I haven't laughed so hard in a movie since the world's fattest man reached for an after-dinner mint in Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life.
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The film was directed by Larry Charles and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Much of the film features unscripted vignettes of Borat interviewing and interacting with Americans, who believe he is a foreigner with little or no understanding of American customs. Controversy surrounded the film from two years prior to its release, and after the film's release, some cast members spoke against, and even sued, its creators.